Tags : Fog

Isan

Five killed in Si Sa Ket as cars collide in

Poor visibility in fog is being blamed for a two-car collision in Si Sa Ket on Monday morning that left five people dead. A medical student, three teachers and a young girl were killed when their cars collided head-on on Si Sa Ket-Ubon Ratchathani Road in Kantharom district. Full story: The Nation By The NationRead More

Isan

Nong Khai hit by thick fog, low visibility

Nong Khai experienced very low visibility on Friday morning after being hit by thick fog caused by a warming temperature. Officials said the temperature was about 13 to 15 degrees Celsius without strong winds, resulting in the entire province being covered by fog. The fog is particularly intense around the Mekong River. Full story: The […]Read More

North

Poor visibility as fog hits Chiang Rai

Motorists were advised to use extreme caution as the main Chiang Rai-Mae Sai road was covered with thick fog on Wednesday morning after the temperature on the lowlands in the Northern province dropped to 16 degrees Celsius. The fog also blanketed the Chiang Rai International Airport but it did not affect the flight schedule. Full […]Read More

South

Three flights at Hat Yai airport delayed over an hour

Three flights were delayed for more than an hour at Hai Yai International Airport on Tuesday morning as thick fog covered Hat Yai town of Songkhla. Two flights to Bangkok and Chiang Rai, scheduled to take off at 6.20am and 7am respectively, were delayed over an hour because of poor visibility, airport officials said. Full […]Read More

Chiang Mai

Thick fog cancels flights and strands hundreds of passengers in

Heavy fog at Chiang Mai International Airport this morning forced cancellations and delays of several flights and stranded hundreds of passengers. Many flights were forced to circle around for up to 40 minutes, and returned to original airports, while one flight was diverted to other northern airport instead. Full story: thaipbs.or.th Thai PBSRead More

News

Upper Thailand remains cold, rains ease in South

BANGKOK, 29 January 2016 (NNT) – The Meteorological Department has forecast a temperature rise in the upper part of the country but cold weather is still expected to linger in the region. The high pressure area which is gripping the country has weakened, causing the temperature to go up. However, the North, Northeast and the […]Read More

North

Flights affected by smog in Mae Hong Son

BANGKOK, 17 March 2015 (NNT) – Smog in the northern province of Mae Hong Son has caused disruptions to air travel for five days. Air pollution there is still considered as harmful to health. Mae Hong Son Governor Suraphon Phanat-amphon said the current PM10 level in the province was 280 micrograms/cubic meter, decreasing from yesterday […]Read More

Chiang Mai

Flights to Chiang Mai disrupted as smog levels soar in

THE AMOUNT of tiny dust particles in the upper North rose beyond the safety level again yesterday and poor visibility reportedly prevented at least four flights from landing at Chiang Mai Airport. Meanwhile, a 60-year-old Mae Hong Son man was the first person arrested this season for violating the outdoor-burning ban, which is a key […]Read More